|Two rattlesnake types.|
Quite sociable and friendly.
|These were happy to go outside for a change.|
They were thinking of having a cup of tea...it was tea time when the photo was shot.
|Looks like a rattlesnake, but without the rattles and the intimidating look.|
Actually quite a happy face. And cute red tongue.
|A wood snake (as in the material it is made from!).|
It looks the most real of all the collection.
Once in a while he accidently scares us.
|OK, so this is really a dragon, but he would have felt left out if not included.|
|You can tell this one is happy. Look at that smile.|
He eats only avocados and artichokes. I think that's why he is so green.
|Funny faces. |
These are the jokers of the group.
That's my snake crew.
Now you know how much I love stuffed and toy snakes.
There may be more Sweater Snakes in the future here on this blog...
And Now For Sweater Snake:
Again I would like to acknowledge Instructables.com for the tutorial for this project.
Check it out HERE.
|The only thing left to do was to stuff him.|
Here you can see the opening with the last bit of stuffing showing before it was stitched together.
|The completely finished Snake.|
I think he will fit in nicely with the rest of the Snake Bunch.
|Face and Tongue|
|Green tail...the End!|
See you later today!!!
Must keep up on my projects.